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    Hi, I'm a new user from Italy. I'm a pianist and recently I'm learning to play cello; I'm trying to learn some orchestration basics too, but time is not infinite.. I like to record live performances, mainly classical piano performances (of others, not me )

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    Hello Luca

    Welcome, from another new member. I hope you enjoy being here. I am finding a lot of interesting posts here, with many more to look at.

    Michael

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    Hi there. Welcome to TC. Think you will learn lots from this site. Looking forward to your posts!
    Incidentally, although not a musician, love the Cello and follow Cellist, Steven Isserlis. Was lucky enough to meet him twice at recitals.

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    Hello Luca, welcome to Talk Classical, great to have you amongst us.
    Do you have any favourite composers / styles?
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
    "Mahatma Gandhi"

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    Thanks to all. I prefer the romantic period, and obviusly Chopin (both for listening and playing), Schubert, Brahms and so on...
    Sometimes I restart to practice on Liszt and Rach but I always fall back to extreme expressive pieces.

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    Thank you for your welcome; cello was a long time love, but I have decided only last year to start studying it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luca Amigoni View Post
    Thanks to all. I prefer the romantic period, and obviusly Chopin (both for listening and playing), Schubert, Brahms and so on...
    Sometimes I restart to practice on Liszt and Rach but I always fall back to extreme expressive pieces.
    Love Brahms too and Schumann

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    Welcome to Talk Classical, Luca and Michael. I hope that this forum pleases you and learn new things. Have a great time!

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